Perinatology (Risky Pregnancy)

What is risky pregnancy?

Risky pregnancy is the condition that makes the mother or the baby, or both, risky in terms of complications during pregnancy, delivery or postpartum.


Who is at risk?

  • Mother candidates with systemic diseases
  • Hypertensive disorders in the mother with high blood pressure
  • Diabetes (diabetes)
  • Epilepsy
  • Autoimmune diseases (immune-related diseases)
  • Blood clotting disorder
  • Infections (can affect both mother and fetus)
  • Mothers with various infections such as HIV, cytomegalovirus, parvovirus
  • Pregnancy with premature birth
  • Multiple pregnancies
  • Pregnancies diagnosed with cervical insufficiency
  • Placental pathologies
  • Patients before their water
  • Premature labor
  • Problems related to fetus
  • Anatomical disorders
  • Chromosomal disorders
  • Genetic syndromes
  • Cardiac abnormalities
  • Blood diseases
  • infections
  • Developmental retardation in the womb

Services Provided at Risky Pregnancy Follow-up at Liv Hospital

  • Monitoring of risky pregnancies (heart, sugar, hypertension, thyroid, hematological, rheumatic, liver, kidney diseases, etc.)
  • Chorionic villus biopsy (sampling from placenta between 11-14 weeks of age due to chromosome analysis and other genetic diseases)
  • Amniocentesis (due to the investigation of chromosome analysis and other genetic diseases)
  • Fetal neurosonography (brain and central nervous system targeted examination)
  • Fetal cardiac advanced level examination, fetal echocardiography
  • 4D dimensional ultrasonographic evaluation
  • Fetal blood sampling (taking blood from the cord)
  • Evaluation of special preterm birth screening, prediction and prevention programs
  • Investigation of recurrent pregnancy losses and loss of maternal abdomen and investigation of placental pathologies jointly with US Department of Perinatal Pathology
  • Investigation of thrombophilia / blood clotting disorders and genetic mutations

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